Nov. 29 (The Sports Xchange) – Buffalo Bills offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson was officially suspended for 10 games on Tuesday for his second violation of the NFL substance-abuse policy, the NFL announced.
Reports circulated on Sunday that Henderson was going to be disciplined by the league. He served a four-game penalty at the start of the season for his first violation.
The NFL said via statement that Henderson’s suspension “begins immediately.”
The 24-year-old Henderson was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease last season. He has previously stated he used medicinal marijuana to deal with the pain from the illness and two intestinal surgeries.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was spotted running sprints during Tuesday’s practice as he continues to work his way back from a right knee injury that sidelined him for the last nine games.
Peterson, who was placed on injured…